The draw for the Quarter Finals of the Carabao Cup will take place tomorrow, Thursday 1 October. The draw will be made live on Sky Sports following Liverpool’s tie against Arsenal at Anfield. That is the second televised game of the day after Brentford host Fulham in a Fourth Round tie at 5.30pm.

Former Liverpool and England midfielder Jamie Redknapp, who lifted the Cup in 1995, will be conducting the draw with Laura Woods presenting. Brentford have never been in the Quarter Finals of the competition. They have reaced this stage, the last 16, twice before - losing to Nottingham Forest in 1982 and Birmingham City in 2010.

Every Carabao Cup Round Four match will be available to watch live on Sky Sports or online this week. Tottenham Hotspur beat Chelsea on penalties last night and there are also two televised games this evening. Newcastle United travel to Newport County while Brighton and Hove Albion play Manchester United.

Fixtures that are not scheduled for TV will be streamed online on the following basis in the UK only:

Matches will be available to purchase on an individual match pass price of £10. Season Ticket holders will be required to purchase a match pass for Carabao Cup fixtures. From the Carabao Cup Quarter Finals onwards, all matches will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Streaming is not available internationally however some matches are made available across the competition to the EFL’s overseas broadcast partners. The streaming of Carabao Cup matches is a temporary measure that has been put in place whilst Clubs operate at a zero or reduced capacity as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and will be subject to regular review.